Gold: March–April 2017


Most Excellent

When Alyssa Mishcon was growing up, her grandmother had a favorite saying: “You should have one of everything and two of most.” That delightful wisdom finds its ultimate expression in Mishcon’s aptly named new jewelry collection, Two of Most. Introduced in November 2016, the line features 14k gold rings and earrings that offer a bold ’80s-esque look for a subtle price (between $500 and $2,500 retail). “Our customers find that the sleekness of the high-polish yellow gold makes it easy to layer in with their pavé or vintage pieces,” says Mishcon, a former LVMH Watch & Jewelry exec, “and that it’s quite flattering on every skin tone.”

Top: Puzzle hoop earrings in high-polish 14k gold, $2,000; above: large spike ring in high-polish 14k gold, $1,200; puzzle ring in high-polish 14k gold, $2,250Two of Most; 855-984-1900; 


A Bit on Edge

Drawing on her background in fine arts and textile/costume design, New Yorker Amy Glaswand creates structured jewels with a subtly industrial vibe. Her newest line of Petite Edge 18k gold pendants and signet rings starts at $1,680, but boasts a big look because it features “stones that have a luminescent quality,” Glaswand says. Shine on, you crazy opal.

Petite Edge pendant in 18k gold with opal slice and 0.11 ct. t.w. diamonds, $1,700,

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